Titanfall won't ban you for playing early on Xbox One or PC
Respawn confirms "We won't stop or ban legit copies," but warns the online experience could be sub-optimal.
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If you're lucky enough to get your hands on a copy of Respawn Entertainment's highly anticipated multiplayer shooter Titanfall ahead of release next week, go ahead and play online as soon as you want. Respawn is not blocking or banning players with legitimate copies.
"About playing early: We won't stop or ban legit copies," Respawn cofounder Vince Zampella said on Twitter. "It is prelaunch, so there may be interruptions in service as we prep servers."
Titanfall officially launches March 11 for Xbox One and PC. An Xbox 360 version--developed externally at Bluepoint Games--will arrive on March 25. Respawn confirmed this week that the game's DLC season pass will include three expansion packs and sell for $25.
For more on Titanfall, be sure to check out GameSpot's interview with Zampella from our new show The Lobby below.
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